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the president will run for re-election. we're also seeing a little bit of how mitt romney, the likely republican nominee is going to run against president obama. we'll have a bit more on that later in the show. of course, before mr. romney can fully jump into a general election campaign against the president, he still has to dispatch his rivals for the republican nomination. at this point in the campaign that means mitt romney has to be showing that he's consolidating his lead, showing he is locking up the republican establishment. pretty much every single day now that means mitt romney rolls out a high profile republican establishment endorsement. last week it was former florida governor jeb bush. this week it was republican senators mike lee and marco rubio and former president george h.w. bush. getting endorsements like that, having high profile surrogates, to talk on your behalf, for mr. romney that's been a doubl double-edged sword this year. on our staff and on our blog we talk about this as mitt romney's surrogate problem. right around the time of michigan primary you may remember mr. rom
romney. >> ryan endorses romney and gives voters an undeaniable choice. vote for mitt and you can kiss medicare good-bye. eugene robinson on the radical alliance. >> this is a good crowd in vermont. >> the president let it fly today in vermont. >> the last thing we can afford to do is to go back to the same policies that got us into the mess in the first place. >>> the dow hits another new high. i'll ask bob what it means for re-election. >>> the day of reckoning is set in wisconsin. there's nothing but bad news out of the badger state for scott walker and another democratic challenger jumps in the race. we'll have the latest. >> we're going to return with wisconsin people. we're going get rid of walker. >>> good to have you with us tonight. the stand your ground laws are in the national spotlight because of the trayvon martin killing. bills are stalled in states like iowa, massachusetts and minnesota. they're getting a second look. in florida and more than a dozen other states there's nothing being done to prevent a killing like this from happening again. bill o' reilly has declared t
before wisconsin congressman paul ryan officially endorsed mitt romney for president. and it has certainly been a heady week for ryan. on thursday in a party-line vote the house passed his draconian budget. the urban institutes between 14 and 27 million people would be dropped from medicaid. the plan would turn medicare into effectively a voucher program. the savings would pay for significant tax cuts for the highest earnerings and corporations. we can't forget that the savings from the cut to health care also have to pay for major increases in defense spending. here to discuss the budding romance is our all-stall round table. tricia rose has come back, phil bronstein, is the former editor for the center for investigative reporting. and thomas moyer is the author of "the conservative survival guide to san francisco." >> i need to read that. >> yes. thomas let me start with you. >> sure. >> since you represent the conservative end here. what -- do you think that mitt romney is going to end up regretting, fully -- full throated endorsement of this paul ryan bu
that the race is over, even if the other three guys just won't quit. but to drive his point home, mitt romney is rolling out endorsements and focusing his fire almost exclusively on president obama. >> i think it is important for us to selection a nominee and get on with a campaign that will focus on two very different visions for america -- the one presented by president obama and the one presented by me if i were to be the nominee. gwen:he is sitting there next to george h.w. bush and barbara bush as hay they endorsed him yesterday. is he going to get a clear running field with those endorsements? >> you certainly think so. not necessarily because he has won over all republicans from the atlantic to the pacific, but because time is running out. it's the end of march. 29 states, all the territories, have voted, but he's still not even halfway there in terms of delegates. not necessarily his fault but the rules are different this time with a winner take all versus proportional but he's close to this. the wisconsin primary next tuesday is probably the place where rick santorum will make one of
romney grabs the state's endorsement from paul ryan. they appeared at a fish fry out of milwaukee. >> this is a man who has the conviction, who is willing, who is able, who has the tenacity and the courage to do what's right for our country. and to deliver us the white house, the senate, the house and then the solutions needed to save this country in this great state. >> meanwhile, rick santorum also in the badger state said ryan picked the wrong guy. he slammed romney's role in the massachusetts health care mandate. >> i respect congressman ryan but i think on the most central issue of the day he has it all wrong. governor romney started the ball rolling to massachusetts and then advocated for the mandate at the federal level. frankly, i think he'll be destroyed by president obama on the issue. >> in green bay a fading newt gingrich is still doing the math and holding out hope. >> if governor romney does get to 1144, i'll be glad to help him defeat barack obama. if he doesn't get to 1144, then i think you'll see a very different party discussion from that point on. >> well, wisco
focuses on reaction to public and -- republican presidential candidate mitt romney mormonism and his thoughts on what it says about religious tolerance today. mr. campbell takes audience questions for an hour and 20 minutes. >> thank you very much for those words and the introduction. it is nice to be here. as a notre dame guy that is really saying something. i have mixed feelings coming here. i have never been to u.s. c before but i know all about this place. one saturday every year it is u.s. c all the time. i was very pleased when i was in the bookstore today. i buy a t-shirt from every campus allied deposit a little money to get my t-shirt but i was pleased to see a table in the bookstore with a bunch of leprechauns for sale. very classy move. then i walked up to and realize this was a notre dame flag bearers selling because of st. patrick's day. and a biographical information about myself might be relevant for the discussion. i teach at notre dame which means there can be a little confusion about my own biography. people often assume i am catholic. i teach and write on american
for your time. >> thank you, eliott. >> pleasure to have you here. is mitt romney shifting his gaze to the real prize ignoring his nomination rivals and calling president obama naive in wisconsin. but the new poll showing obama trouncing romney in that state by double digits. we have more in just a minute. >> the house minority leader joins the ranks of marco rubio and george wh bush adding another republican notch to the endorsement belt of mitt romney. five days before wisconsin's primary that state's highest representative paul ryan threw his luke warm support behind romney. >> so you are throwing your support to-- >> mitt romney. i think we're entering a phase where it could counterproductive if this drags on much longer. that's why we knee need to cohe is cohe will less around romney.. but barack obama trounces romney in double digits. describing what he called christ cramped narrow perception. >> out of work, can't find a job, tough luck. you're on your own. you don't have healthcare. that's your problem. you're on your own. if you're born into poverty lift yourself up by you
, and this -- if the individual mandate goes down at the federal level, does it go down in romney care and massachusetts too, if it violates the constitution? this individual mandate? >> i see -- different in romney care. it's a complicated question and i don't excuse it the way mitt romney does. but they do get exempt. >> more public opinion. i show here obama care hovers around 75%, although some provisions are popular. does this suggest obama miscalculated in pressing for wholesale reform? >> no, you can't reform the health care market by tweaking this and not tweaking that. because insurance companies are not going to excuse people with preexisting conditions or promise not to cut you off unless they get -- >> incremental health reform. what's wrong with -- >> which increment would do you? [overlapping speakers] >> if mandate goes down, i believe the exchanges which are market exchanges, regional and in stays, they will be competitive. the kaiser foundation did a survey which shows the mandate only affects six or seven percent of the population, go 18 million people! and -- excuse me [overlapping speake
. then mitt romney proves he's just like average americans by also not being that excited by mitt romney. and my guest peter beinart has a new book about the future of israel. yarmulke jet pack. atlantic city has a new slogan, do ac. meanwhile anderson cooper has a new slogan. what are you doing, get off me. there is the colbert report captioning sponsored by comedy central ( theme song playing ) ( cheers and applause ) . >> stephen: welcome to the report. thank you for joining us. how wonderful. >> stephen, stephen, stephen! stephen, stephen, stephen! stephen, stephen, stephen! stephen, steve be en, stephen! >> stephen: thank you so much, everybody. thank you so much. i am not surprised. i have to tell you, folks, i am not surprised by the people in this room. excited. >> thank you so much. folks, i hope, i certainly hope like me you've got lotto fever. i've actually got lotto rash. but to say i'm doing a lot of scratchoffs. and tomorrow, folks s the drawing for the megamillions lottery. $540 million. now to put that into-- to put that into perspective, if you laid 540 million dollar bi
in a fundamental way. >> marco rubio endorses mitt romney but will not run with him. >> i am not going to be vice president. >> we are going to say this country from a future of debt, doubt, and decline. >> the conversation over the killing of trayvon martin. >> trayvon was our son, but trayvon was your son. a lot of people can relate to our situation. >> after the election i have more flexibility. >> and open mike nights the president at the south korean summit. russia, to ou without question our number one geopolitical foe. captioned by the national captioning institute --www.ncicap.org-- >> the supreme court took up the affordable health care act this week. it was a rare three-day oral argument. outside the court, a full throated display of democracy with protesters, politicians, and yes, pundits. date to, the justices took up the mandate, the provision that would force americans to take up insurance or pay a fine. we heard justice kennedy say that the many changes the relationship of the government to the individual in a fundamental way. his vote could be a key. so could chief justice roberts
romney. it is the latest in the string of high profile endorsements for mitt romney. mitt romney was on fox news along with paul ryan saying it was an extraordinary week. and talking about how the republican party will come together if romney wins the nomination. >> the country is in danger. and we want to get it back on the right track. >> romney one of the three candidates who spoke. doug is live with more on that. doug, it sounds like rick santorum is not ready to give up the fight. >> not yet. obama was -- if itt with stands the challenge. rick santorum was accusing mitt romney of being the inspiration behind obama wear. - care . >> he was the author of mitt romney care. he was the author of the first government take over of health care. but president obama was follow the pluprint of the massachusetts. and we have a government take over of health care because mitt romney ushered it in with ted kennedy. mitt romney also taking fire from protestors in a stop in a phone bank. keep your mitts off birth control. they shouted shame. he is no longer feeling the need to respond to ev
of wisconsin governor scott walker and the budding bromans between paul ryan and mitt romney. we'll tell you how the forces behind the war on women are on the defense now. and it is friday so let's kick back, and relax and chew over the week's top political stories. this is "the war room." come on inside! ♪ >> so wisconsin does hold it's gop primary on tuesday for the presidency. here is a look at the latest polls from the badger state nbc marist has these results, and the same poll has the president ahead of both. >> president obama's economic strategy is a bust. these troubling facts are president obama's legacy and now our shared history. and as much as we would like to we can't do undo what has hand these last three years. >> you would think tuesday's primary would be getting all of the attention, but what has all of the attention is the recall of scott walker. you recall that walker stepped into a hornet's nest when he signed a bill that ended the collective bargaining rights of union workers. republicans used some procedural maneuvers and they were able to force
. 172 big ones in this race, and that is what brought mitt romney here in the last week, rick santorum here. ron paul coming here next week. this is, as long as this contest goes on, it's so contentious, more and more of a possibility becomes that california could be the one that puts romney over the top and it's looking like that's what's going to happen. romney's amassing all kinds of big endorsement. kevin mccarthy, the gop whip. carly fiorina. meg whitman gave him a big fund-raiser in redwood city. i mean it looks to be going his way, but i tell you, i also was there at the jelly belly factory in fairfield where rick santorum looked very defiant this week, surrounded by hundreds of conservatives and said i am not giving up. we're taking this all wait to the convention floor. seems adamant about that. whether or not that's going to happen, it's certainly, california is the place where they've got to pick up the campaign money and they're looking for a share of those 172 delegates, because by congressional district, winner take all by congressional district. >> they're dividing their
folbaum. >> arthel: i'm arthel neville. topping the news, mitt romney out in full force in the badger state day trying to close the deal on the republican presidential nomination while getting hit with some troubling national poll numbers. we'll break it down for you. >> rick: also, we're going to talk about the weather and a water logged west coast, flooded rivers in oregon, cresting today. but the rain keeps falling. a lot of folks headed for higher ground. gale the latest from the fox news extreme weather center. >> arthel: fallout from the health care show down at the supreme court. can the nine justices avoid the 5-4 divide and a decision painted by politicses? we'll take a close look. >> rick: we begin with cashing in, big time and three lucky ticket holders starting the weekend more than $200 million richer. winning lottery tickets were the record breaking $640 million mega millions jackpot sold in illinois, kansas, and maryland. that's where peter doocy is live outside a 7-11 store where one of those tickets was reportedly sold. hi, peter. >> hi, rick. i'm actually inside the
to the individual. >> marco rubio endorses mitt romney. >> i am not going to be vice president. >> we plan to save this country from the future of debt, doubt, and decline. >> the national conversation over the killing of trayvon martin continues. >> trayvon is our son, but trayvon is also your assigned. -- your son. >> after my election, i have more flexibility. >> an open mic bites the president at the south korean summit. >> this is to russia, without question our number one geopolitical foe. captioned by the national captioning institute --www.ncicap.org-- >> the supreme court took up the affordable health care act this week. it was a rare three-day oral argument. outside the court, a full throated display of democracy, with protesters, politicians, and yes, pundits. it was on a date two that the justices took up the mandate, the provision that americans and bite it health insurance or pay a fine. we just heard justice kennedy say that it changes the relationship of the government to the individual in a fundamental way. his vote could be key, and so could it chief justice roberts'. justice sca
and the district head to the polls. mitt romney holds a substantial lead in delegates and he'll likely pad his lead next week, but even if romney wins maryland, political observers say he'll face an uphill battle in this blue state come november. >> mitt romney is going to do well tuesday in maryland. he's going to win most of those delegates, but that will not translate to a mitt romney win in maryland in november. that is far less likely. >> the voters in wisconsin will also be heading to the polls tuesday. rick santorum and newt gingrich were in the dairy state today trying to win over undecided voters. >>> fox 5 political analyst mark plotkin joins us now to talk about next week's primary. thank you for being here. mitt romney has not locked up the republican nomination. will his expected win in maryland finally do it? >> no. in wisconsin if he should win, i think the chorus will increase to the other candidates look, you can't win. gingrich won in georgia and south carolina and santorum won in southern states but didn't win anywhere else and romney is the presumptive nominee. so wisconsin will
republican presidential candidates are drumming up votes in wisconsin ahead of tuesday's primary. mitt romney is heeding the pack as he picks the numb -- leading the pack as he picks the number of high profile endorsements. >> reporter: add influential and conservative paul ryan. >> what we need is mitt romney to be the next president of the united states. >> reporter: ryan's support could help romney beyond wisconsin which holds its primary with d.c. and maryland tuesday. he turned up the heat on romney's rivals to step aside. >> i think we're entering a phase where it could become counterproductive if this drags on much longer. so that's why i think we need to coalesce as conservatives around mitt romney and focus on the big dark at hand. >> reporter: the latest marist poll has romney leading santorum by seven points. roll film has more than half the 1,100 -- romney has more than half the 1,144 delegates needed for the nomination double that of santorum. >> we need someone who can talk and relate to them, who maybe doesn't talk about, you know, being the ceo of a company and having, you
republican dream ticket, mitt romney and paul ryan, both of whom will be joining me side by side in just a moment. but first, let's recap the big news this day out of wisconsin as paul ryan announces he will support governor mitt romney for the nomination. >> we vote on tuesday here in wisconsin. lots of my friend, family, supporters are asking me who should we vote are for? i am take it would go criteria -- who is the best person to be president, who will make the best president? who has the best chance of defeating barack obama? in my opinion, mitt romney is clearly that person. >> sean: paul ryan's decision comes on the same week that marco rubio and former president george h.w. bush also support romney. >> time to hold them and time to fold 'em. i think it's time for people to get behind this good man. i'd say that about some of his opponents. but we are so convinced mainly because we have known mitt romney for a long time that he's the man to do this job and get on and win the presidency. >> sean: joining me the first time together on national television since this morning's
: impact sement tonight. the upcoming wisconsin primary. mitt romney now leads in the state 40% and rick santorum 33. the vote is next tuesday and if romney wins his nomination is pretty much locked up. also the supreme court is deliberating today about the constitutionality of obama care. joining us from austin texas, fox news analyst karl rove. let's go with obama care first. what is your assessment of what happened this week in the court? >> bad week for th solicitor g. bad week for the obama administration. we got to take it with a little bit of grain of salt because they don't always rule like they ask. nonetheless there were a lot of tough questions that the government didn't have a good answer for. i would say the individual mandate goes down and i bet there is a lot of discussion inside the supreme court chambers among the nine justices as to whether or not they bring the rest of the bill down with it or whistlin whethy assume there is some presumption of severability even though they didn't have such in the bill. >> bill: time magazine said the four liberal judges tried to help
. >> sean: for some it is the 2012 republican dream ticket, mitt romney and paul ryan, both of whom will be joining me side by side in just a moment. but first, let's recap the big news this day out of wisconsin as paul ryan announces he will support governor mitt romney for the nomination. >> we vote on tuesday here in wisconsin. lots of my friend, family, supporters are asking me who should we vote are for? i am take it would go criteria -- who is the best person to be president, who will make the best president? who has the best chance of defeating barack obama? in my opinion, mitt romney is clearly that person. >> sean: paul ryan's decision comes on the same week that marco rubio and former president george h.w. bush also support romney. >> time to hold them and time to fold 'em. i think it's time for people to get behind this good man. i'd say that about some of his opponents. but we are so convinced mainly because we have known mitt romney for a long time that he's the man to do this job and get on and win the presidency. >> sean: joining me the first time together on national
they take out the taxes and if you take it up front as a lump sum you might as much money as mitt romney. so this gives us an opportunity to all of us, the 99% to join the 1% with mitt romney. who are buying all those mega million tickets. >> it will put a lot of people to work. >> we had over 100,000 jobs. >> i don't even concern myself wealthy which is an interesting thing. >> i have great friends who are nascar team owners. >> this is a way to dream yourself out of your current reality. >> i drive a mustang and a chevy pickup truck. >> 44% of people who win the lottery, they've gone through all of their winnings. >> i've made a lot of money. i've been very successful. i'm not going to apologize for that. 12,347 >> i'm trying to figure out what i would do first if i would talk with my nascar owning friends or. >> i don't know about you cenk, but alley gore only paid me enough to forward three to four car elevators for my separate cars and i need more. i need to overpay--i need to pay magic johnson to buy the dodgers from him until i'll be satisfied. >> let me go to michael hastings next.
. mitt romney now leads in the state 40% and rick santorum 33. the vote is next tuesday and if romney wins his nomination is pretty much locked up. also the supreme court is deliberating today about the constitutionality of obama care. joining us from austin texas, fox news analyst karl rove. let's go with obama care first. what is your assessment of what happened this week in the court? >> bad week for th solicitor g. bad week for the obama administration. we got to take it with a little bit of grain of salt because they don't always rule like they ask. nonetheless there were a lot of tough questions that the government didn't have a good answer for. i would say the individual mandate goes down and i bet there is a lot of discussion inside the supreme court chambers among the nine justices as to whether or not they bring the rest of the bill down with it or whistlin whethy assume there is some presumption of severability even though they didn't have such in the bill. >> bill: time magazine said the four liberal judges tried to help the solis tor solicitor gl because he was flounderin
, more on a private meeting between mitt romney and newt gingrich and what it could mean for the race to the white house. >>> plus, we take you to haiti where a war vet is using his skills to help a nation rebuild. >>> so i went on facebook and said i'm going to haiti, who's in. 72 hours after that, we were on our way to port-au-prince. >>> welcome back to "cnn saturday morning." the republican presidential candidates go head to head on tuesday in primaries in the district of columbia, maryland, and wisconsin. today the focus is wisconsin where mitt romney, newt gingrich, and rick santorum are all at the faith and freedom coalition. let's go to shannon travis. he's in walk a shaw, wisconsin. how important is it that santorum wins there. >> reporter: well, randi, if you ask the former pennsylvania senator, he says, you know what? i'm going to go ahead no matter what happens here on tuesday in wisconsin. but if you ask a lot of republicans, especially in the establishment, they feel like -- some of them feel like the primary process is essentially over already, that romney very likely w
, and this time, it is showing president obama pulling away from mitt romney in double digits. and we know that in politics the most important month is october, the eve of the election, itself. >>> and the dnc is bashing mitt romney to paul ryan's budget plan which they say favors the rich. ♪ when old mitt claps his hand ♪ for the ryan plan ♪ that's amore >> that is amore and that is the side show and let me start with the unpredictable election coming our way this summer and fall. we begin with the trayvon martin shooting. our correspondent joining us from sanford, florida, tonight, and also david wilson from thegrio.com, managing editor. michael, what can you tell us that you have been able to uncover? >> well, chris, a lot murky of what happened that night between trayvon martin and george zimmerman, but one new piece of evidence that we did find today that is -- that could raise some further questions is that the original 2005 police report on the arrest of george zimmerman. zimmerman was arrested at a bar near the university of central florida by a state law enforcement officer,
, but so far, mitt romney has dominated. >> four days before the primary, mitt romney came to wisconsin with a seven-point lead in the nbc news poll. >> read that obama thinks he is doing a good job. i am not kidding. he actually thinks he is doing a great job. >> he is getting key endorsements. conservative house member, paul ryan -- former president george bush -- >> i do take it is time for the party to get behind gov. mitt romney. >> admit -- marker rubio. a wave of endorsements. >> that is important for him right now. the need to bring their broken party together and generate some enthusiasm for the general election. -- the republican party together and generate some enthusiasm for the general election. >> president obama is already campaigning. four events today in two states, claiming he kept his promise of change. >> change is the health care reform we passed. >> back in wisconsin, rick santorum is still fighting mitt romney. >> we have a great opportunity here. wisconsin will come through for us brigit >> but wisconsin could be the winner. >> it is a make or break deal for rick
of a train wreck for the obama administration. plus mitt romney responds to rick santorum's charge that he's the worst republican to run against the president on health care. i spoke with both republicans presidential candidates about their marathon battle. >> and your child or grandchild may be the target of identity theft. it turns out youngsters are at high risk for a crime that could scar their financial record for years to come. we want to welcome our viewers in the united states and around the world. i'm wolf blitzer. you're in "the situation room." >>> it's looking more and more as if the united states supreme court will cut the heart out of the health care reform law, that's the part which would require americans to buy insurance. if that mandate is found unconstitutional, it's an open question whether the rest of the law could survive. the court held three days of historic arguments this week. kate baldwin and jeff riff toobin were both inside for every minute of those oral arguments. let's start with kate. first of all, what was your take? >> you know it's impossible to predict.
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